The serious extent of the criminal nonwhite invader sex plague imported into Germany has been highlighted with the news that there has been one serious sex attack inside the “refugee” camps every day this year—and those figures are from just one of Germany’s 16 states.
According to a report in the Rheinische Post, there have been 178 reported incidents in the invader camps in the state of North Rhine-Westphalia this year.
The figures, obtained after questions were asked by state legislators, only pertained to camps with accommodation facilities of more than 20 people. This means that the actual figure may be higher.
The nature of the sex crimes include sexual harassment, sexual coercion, assault, and child sex-abuse, the figures showed.
According to state legislator Simone Brand, the real numbers are most likely even worse because many of the invaders have had “bad experiences with police officers in their home countries” and were therefore “unlikely to make a complaint.”
“The threshold to go to the police and file criminal charges is higher for those people,” Brand claimed.
Over and above these figures, the police also registered some 413 cases of domestic violence in invader accommodations.
The Rheinische Post report also revealed that in January there were some 5,000 “municipal facilities” housing the invaders. This number had been reduced to about 3,700 as of the middle of the year.
The reduction in the number of accommodations is because the invaders have been “distributed out” to apartments and other conventional housing units.
While these attacks have been directed against other invaders, there has been no let-up in the nonwhite attacks against German girls outside the camps.
Just last week, a gang of invaders in the town of Essen engaged in Cologne-style mass sex attacks on women attending a festival in the town, according to a report in the Westen Allgemeine Zeitung (WAZ) newspaper.
Police in Essen arrest one of the “refugees” at the festival.
At least ten complaints were made to the police before the end of the first day of the two-day event, known as the “Essen Original.”
A confidential telephone reporting line was set up for other victims to report attacks, and police have still not released a final figure of the total number of incidents.
At least seven arrests—all by invaders posing as refugees from North Africa and the Middle East—were made before the festival had ended.
The WAZ reported that the “Essen Original” festival had proceeded peacefully for the past 20 years, but this year was “completely overshadowed” by a massive police presence as a result of the mass nonwhite sex attacks.
In addition to the reported sex attacks, the invaders also took part in at least 20 assaults and robberies at the festival, the WAZ continued.
Festival director Dieter Groppe expressed dismay at the events saying, “this is something we have never experienced before.”
The ongoing attacks both inside and outside the invader camps show that there is no let-up in the behavior of the invaders—and reveal the true depth of the crime which has been committed in encouraging them into the heart of Europe.